Teaching Hemingway and Modernism
Fruscione, Joseph, ed. Teaching Hemingway and Modernism. Kent, OH: Kent State University Press, 2015.
Modernist Style, Identity Politics, and Trauma in Hemingway’s "Big Two-Hearted River" and Stein’s "Picasso"
"Miss Stein Instructs": Revisiting the Paris Apprenticeship of 1922
Hemingway, Stevens, and the Meditative Poetry of "Extraordinary Actuality"
Our Greatest American Modernists: Teaching Hemingway and Faulkner Together
From Paris to Eatonville, Florida: Hemingway’s The Sun Also Rises and Hurston’s Their Eyes Were Watching God
The Sun Also Rises and the "Stimulating Strangeness" of Paris
Teaching the Avant-Garde Hemingway: Early Modernism in Paris
Teaching Hemingway Beyond "The Lost Generation": European Politics and American Modernism
Twentieth-Century Titans: Orwell and Hemingway’s Convergence through Place and Time
The Developing Modernism of Toomer, Hemingway, and Faulkner
The Futurist Origins of Hemingway’s Modernism
Hemingway, His Contemporaries, and the South Carolina Corps of Cadets: Exploring Veterans’ Inner World
Teaching Hemingway’s Modernism in Cultural Context: Helping Students Connect His Time to Ours
On Teaching "Homage of Switzerland" as an Introduction to Postmodern Literature
Chasing New Horizons: Considerations for Teaching Hemingway and Modernism in a Digital Age
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